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Unassuming, yet supportive. It's this irrepressible creativity that has marked Do out as one of New York's most exciting young designers since launching his namesake label in 2018. "In a previous life, I had a sporting career," says Brown. The razor-sharp tailoring and effortlessly draped evening dresses that have come to define Marina Moscone's four-year-old brand may initially appear a little opulent for lockdown dressing, but it's all a matter of how you wear them.
Beat up or brand new, there's no denying that the loafer is the shoe of the season. Flat to the ground or with a block heel, these classic loafers are giving us major '70s vibes. I love the natural ingredients, the green and gold packaging, the smell, the texture. "But the more practice you put in, the better you get," she says, "Which is true for everything-if you want to do something, you've got to practice.
"It's a huge benefit for me having just graduated from university, because two things that you don't often get as a young designer are opportunity and time," says Alleyne. "It's important to start small and to figure out the stepping stones to go from being a recent graduate to someone who actually has a space within the marketplace.